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Naulakha Mandir, Deoghar

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TripAdvisor
  • Located about 3 km outside town, beside the Balanand Ashram, the temple will take you by surprise. It is hidden amidst large trees just off the main road. This huge temple was a part of the ashram but...  more »
  • The temple is known as Naulakha because of the fact that at the time of construction of this temple nine lakes rupees were spent. It is a poorly maintained temple near Baijnath Dhaam  more »
  • Situated just 1.5 km from the main temple, this temple measures 146 ft high.It is dedicated to Radha-Krishna and since its construction cost Rs. 9 lakh, it is also known as Naulakha temple.  more »
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  • Darshan many times with Tinkari Chatterjee , Rabindranath Roy , Jayabati Roy , Bhanumati Roy , Hiralal Goswami , Pran Gopal Mukherjee and many other relatives from 1958 .
  • Awsum silent place fr worship.. The interior structure of the temple is very astonishing..😘😘😘
  • Very nice temple just beside the Main road. Architecture is really wonderful.
  • Nice place ... close to Deoghat city ... architecturally reach temple ... there is a big pond, coconut tree, etc. ...
  • "The name itself is self-explanatory." The name signifies that the cost for building the temple was 9 lakh. It's a very old temple. One would wonder looking at the structure & material used in constricting the temple that "how such a beautiful massive structure was build during those old old times."